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: from a gorilla on jon stewart, his offer of a check to charity. >> for $5 million. >> reporter: if president obama would release his passport records. reminded the folks at college humor of a certain someone -- >> $1 million. >> reporter: presto changeo, the donald was dr. evil. there were counterproposals, some too raunchy for the news. >> 1 million actual dollars. if you will let me [ bleep ]. >> i said, hey, don, i'll give you $5 million if you release that thing on your head. >> reporter: on jimmy kimel's show, playing the great pumpkin. >> a check for $5 million. >> huh? >> reporter: the one that was almost painful to watch, the one that had to hurt the most came from an old friend of donald's. >> i want to say it to his face. donald, you're making a fool of yourself. >> reporter: you just don't get it, suggested she end up apologizing to him. why did you choose me as one of the ten most fascinating people of the year, from one top ten to another? >> the number one lame october surprise, donald trump offering $5 million to unearth anyone who still takes him seriously. >> r
controversies have dominated much of the discussion. jon husted is ohio's secretary of state. sir, good to have you with us. first question -- >> great to be with you. >> -- the courts have reinstated voting on sunday before election day. is it over now? is it settled or is there still an appeal to be heard? >> actually, that's not what the court said. the court said we could have it, or we could shut it down. what i chose to do is implement uniform hours across the state for the saturday, sunday and monday before the election. but that issue is settled. and we're moving on to the next issues that will affect the election in ohio. >> let's talk about some of those issues. early voting changes, voter i.d. in many states, changes, political move by republicans some say across the country who have seen the biggest controversies in texas, florida, pennsylvania and ohio, all republican governors passed by republican legislatures. how do you respond to the critics who say this is a partisan effort to reduce the democratic turnout? >> well, we didn't pass a photo i.d. law in ohio. you actually have --
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